Ushering in a New Era of Internet News Regulation
|作者/编者：||Susan Ning, Wu Han, Yang Nan||作者单位：||金杜律师事务所|
The Provisions on the Management of Internet News Services were released by the Cyberspace Administration of China on 2 May 2017. Issued jointly by the State Council Information Office and the Ministry of Information Industry, the Provisions replace the previous provisions from 2005. They establish a brand-new regulatory framework and approach in response to the development of the Internet over the last decade, responding to the growth of self-media and diversified means of communication. The Provisions are expected to open up a new era of Internet news regulation in China. While the relevant government organs retain their respective jurisdictions, the Cyber Security Law’s requirements for “content security”, “information security”, and “technology security” will permeate into individual regulations and different regulatory practices. In this way, service providers and users will have consistent codes of conduct to follow regardless of their specific areas of service. No doubt this will promote a stable and predictable regulatory environment for businesses and other market players.
|文章标题||Ushering in a New Era of Internet News Regulation|
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